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Some useful guidelines on the minimum requirements for setting up your home office, and have it operate efficiently.

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Are you feeling like the happiness factor has disappeared at work? And productivity, efficiency and absenteeism are taking a real hit? Yolanda Cholmondeley-Smith points out eight steps you can take to make a difference.

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Keeping an eye on Christmas debt
If the Ghost of Christmas Past looks like it will visit even before you put the tree in the rubbish, here are 10 tips on being money-wise in advance, by Michael G. Peterson

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Heather Douglas

I've been self-employed and working from home for over twenty years.

In fact, I have become quite an expert at it.

You know what I mean - hanging the laundry before reading the emails, chucking a meal in the slow cooker when you take a quick lunch break, providing company for the dog when no-one else is around, and so on.

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Sometimes we need reminding about just what it is that makes working from home so great. Simon Young shares two experiences which leave little room for doubt!

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If you run all or part of your business from home, and you have children, you'll know what a juggle it can be to keep the business on track while the kids are home. We come to the rescue with some tips to help you stay sane (and profitable) during the school holidays.

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Closing the door when you are working can be helpful in your home business
Many of us work from home in order to be more available to our children. But both you and the kids will find it more enjoyable and less frustrating if you set some ground rules

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Will the festive season provide a refreshing rest from your small or home business, will it be business as usual, or will you suffer a double whammy with a blow to your back pocket following hard on the heels of a stressful juggling act? Relax! A little planning goes a long way ...

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Personal matters have a habit of impinging on the time and energy you put into your home business. Nicole Attias suggests putting some temporary measures in place to help you make it through the tough times

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Conflict resolution
We often think of conflict as being destructive, but if we are able to embrace it and see the opportunities it brings, we can learn to appreciate the constructive and positive insights it is there to teach us.

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Alan Clark explains why you should not make your children executors in your will - and not powers of attorney and not trustees in your family trust either.

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In a tighter economy we are all generally looking for a way to lower costs - and those insurance premiums seem to be costing a bit. Stuart Wills explains what you need to consider when deciding if you are getting value for money.

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Do you want to make more money in your business right now? Do you want more time to spend with your family? Do you want to take more overseas trips or have 3 months off work? Do you want to follow your passion but don’t know how? Kim Baird shares her strategy for success.

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Roast pork
With a busy schedule juggling running your business and your home, you can make your life easier by planning meals for the week ahead. Sarah Collier suggests you include a variety of meals from books and sites that include vegetarian, beef, chicken and pork recipes and says you'll also save on the food budget if you keep a track of prices in a spreadsheet.

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Easy steps to sustainable homes. Benefits to all now and the future. Save the planet. Save energy. Save water. Save $$$.

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We all know it’s the most important meal of the day, but do we really fuel ourselves properly? Jennifer Jefferies has some great tips for breakfasts on the run

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What you've gleaned from your life experiences can make things easier for your family, says marketer Joe Vitale. He offers a guide to getting started on your own manual

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